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Who said what after ICJ stays Kulbhushan Jadhav’s death sentence

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May 18 , Thursday : Soon after the International court of Justice (ICJ) stays  Kulbhushan Jadhav’s death sentence by Pakistani court, the decision was enthusiastically welcomed  by India.

The Prime Minister of India also expressed his greetings by calling  External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj and appreciated veteran advocate Harish Salve efforts before the International court of Justice (ICJ).

The ICJ’s verdict has been  emerged as a great relief to the family of Kulbhushan Jadhav as well as entire India. Below we have enlisted who said what on this major achievement of India.

Arun Jaitley : Relief and satisfaction as the #ICJ order has come- Rule of Law has won.

Sushma Swaraj : The ICJ order has come as a great relief to the familly of Kulbhushan Jadhav and people of India.

Rajnath Singh : The ICJ’s decision to stay the execution of Shri Kulbhushan Jadhav gives the people of India a deep sense of satisfaction and relief.

AG Mukul Rohatgi : Indian stand is victorious, congratulate all concerned persons,especially the External Affairs Ministry.

Venkaiah Naidu : Major victory for India #KulbhushanJadhav case.ICJ upholds India’s right to consular access,put a stay on death execution. Justice prevails

Ram Vilas Paswan : ICJ decision upholds India’s right to consular access,puts stay on death execution: A major victory for India  in #KulbhushanJadhav case.

Manish Tewari : Government of India must use the ICJ decision as a trigger to bring Kulbhushan Jadhav back. The court has given a favorable decision.

Dalbir Kaur sister of Sarabjit Singh : It is the victory of crores of Indians and the truth.

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JNU students take out rally to demand VC’s removal

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New Delhi, Feb 20: At least 1,000 students of Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) embarked on a march towards the Human Resource Development Ministry on Tuesday, demanding the removal of their Vice Chancellor.

The students began their march from Mandi House with slogans, banners, and placards denouncing Vice-Chancellor M. Jagadesh Kumar for his “autocratic” ways in bringing an attendance rule into force which the students alleged was never passed in the Academic Council meeting.

More than 150 Delhi Police and Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) personnel were deployed along with a water cannon truck at the Shastri Bhavan which houses several ministries.

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Soon, Parliament House to have a creche

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New Delhi, Feb 20: The Parliament House will soon open a creche facility on its premises so as to have an inclusive work environment for its women employees.

A 1,500 square-feet creche in the House will be guarded by professionals, ensuring all-round development of children and will also have a separate feeding room for mothers, a statement by the Women and Child Development (WCD) Ministry said on Tuesday.

The work is in progress and a senior official has also been deputed to oversee the work under the direct supervision of Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan.

The statement said this development will bring an impact by pushing other private establishments, Central and state-owned organisations to set up same facilities.

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Spell out stand on MPs’ salaries, allowances: SC to Central Government

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New Delhi, Feb 20: The Supreme Court on Tuesday gave a “last opportunity” to the Central government to spell out its stand on constituting a permanent mechanism for determining sitting parliamentarians’ salaries and allowances.

Giving a seven days time to the Centre, a bench of Justice J. Chelameswar and Justice Sanjay Kishan Kaul stated the affidavit filed by the union government on September 1, 2017, had not made its position clear,  news IANS quoted.

“Government of India policy is dynamic. However, you can’t modify it every day,” Justice Chelameswar said to senior advocate Ajit Sinha, who appeared for the Centre and told the bench that the issue was under the consideration of the government.

“You have not stated your position. Your affidavit in September 2017 was not clear about a permanent mechanism. When are you going to do it,” Justice Kaul asked, as Sinha sought a week, for the last time, for the Centre to firm up its stand.

“What is the government’s view on it? You want it or don’t want it? Your counter-affidavit (response) does not disclose anything,” Justice Kaul observed.

Apparently not happy about the delaying by the Centre on the issue, the apex said: “You may not have a last word, but you may have a last opportunity” to state your position.

Appearing for the NGO Lok Prahari, its General Secretary S.N. Shukla said that it has been 11 years since all parties in a meeting convened by the Lok Sabha Speaker had unanimously decided to have a mechanism for fixing the salaries and allowances of the members of Parliament but nothing has moved so far.

The court is hearing a plea by Lok Prahari demanding a permanent mechanism for fixing salaries and allowances of MPs. It has contended that lawmakers can’t decide on their own.

The Plea has also sought direction that former MPs can’t be given pension and other benefits after they have ceased to be the representatives of the people.

Further proceedings will take place on March 5.

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